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APRIL 19 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-FIVE Pay Spring Bills With Rental Money--Fill Vacancies Now--Phone 3800 I/I I 1 Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a line Ilrai Insertion. Ten cents « line for eacfi consecutive roo- ·eauent Insertion. (Count live average words to tno llne.1 Seven Insertions «r« Clven for the l/nvt "'CLASSIFIED DISPUVI ADVERTISING TO centd per column Inch cacb insertion. A discount oJ IS per cent will M allowed en all classified advertisements paid for at the time of Insertion or not later man 6 -""NO t «ed« extended for clMslllcd advertising It there Is an account thirty days old All out-of-toTTM ads are pajraU* In »iJ- All- refunds on Want Ads most Be called tor U s t n a o dayj oJ tie cancellation date Qt ^°*'5, "band- aavertMements must be addressed to the letter stated In the «d. cart of the Qtobe-Glzette. Under no clr- cumstanccs will the Globe-Gaietrt reveal the SJrT, of those iBsertlng "blind" advertise- B3 cents. cnarse rot single advertisement, INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In which they appear In the section. Acreages A48 Agents so Apts. for Rent .. 45 Amusements .... Auto Accessories Autos for Sale .. Auto Storage Auty Trucks ... Auto Repairing . Beauty Parlors . Board, Room ... Bonds BIdg. Material . Business L, o c a- tlon 7 82 79 ...A79 SU 81 16 4iJ \ 9 43 Business tunitie Oppor- C a f e s , rants 17 Card of Thanks 2 Cblropodlats .... 13 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaners, Dyers . IS Cottages A46 Dealti Notices .. i Dogs, B^rds, Peta 63 Educational Opportunities ... 40 Electrical Service 61 Employment Service A30 Farms for Sale . 60 Farms for Rent -A5Q Farm Machinery Gi Florists 4 Fooda A55 Funeral Director* Furs W Garage for Rent 68 Garage for Sale 69 Garden* 41 Gifts 60 Help w a n t e d . With Inv. 30 Help w a n t e d . Female .. Si Help w a n t e d , Male Help W a n t e d , Male, Female. .A36 Hide, Wool, Furs 73 Household Goods 73 Houses for Sale 47 Houses for Rent 46 instruction .. Insurance .,. Investment ,. _ In Memorlam . -A Job Printing ... Laundries Livestock for Sale Location Wanted Lost and Found Lota for Sale ... Machinery Milk Misc. for Sale ., Misc. lor Rent .. Money to Loan Mortgages Restau- Monuments A Moving, Storage 23 Musical instr. .. '" Nursery Stock .. -, Offices for Rent 63 Office Bqulpt. .. Osteopaths Painting. Decor. Personals Photographers .. Plumbing, Htg. . Poultry. Eggs .. Radio Supplies .. Real Estate Wtfl. Rooms for Rent Sale or Trade . .A3E Sa'e or Rent ...A41 Salesladies ..... 34 Uesmen ....... 35 3 Seeds. Feedn «a Serv- Offered ...A3; Situation Wtd. .. Stamps, Coins ... Stationery ...... Stocks ......... Summer Cottages Swap Service ... Travel Bureau . -A 5 Trade or Exch, . Upholstering .... 59 Wtd. to Borrow 7 Wtd. to Buy ... 75 Wtd., Misc. ....A75 Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Funeral Directors 3 MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service 243 Fifth street S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Enipps. H. B. Major. Florists FOR Strictly fresh evergreens, shrubs, shade trees, plants, etc., come to Prosperity Gardens, 13th St. S. E. and South Federal. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. Personals TO Look really smart in the new clothes, you must appear taller and slimmer. Spencerize. Ph. 3856. Lost and Found 6 LOST--Lady's purse in Steven's. Reward. Return to Globe-Gazette. LOST--Order book. Finder phone Dye 3125J. Money to Loan 8 DO YOU NEED MONEY? $40 $50 $100 $200 FURNITURE LOANS SALARY LOANS AUTO LOANS DIAMOND LOANS SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Nafl BIdg. Ph. 413 LOANS A COMPLETE LOAN SERVICE Up to $300 Prompt, friendly service. Small monthly payments. We'll do our best to work out a loan plan exactly suited to your needs and income. OUT OF TOWN RESIDENTS WRITE OR PHONE United Financial Service 8 First St. N. W., First Door West of Adams Drug Co. Phone J414 Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Slpg. rma., close in. 129 1 S. W. FOR RENT-- Light housekeeping rma 20 4th N. W. FOR RENT--2 It. hskpg. rm9. with slpg. porch. 210 N. Adams. FOR RENT--One large rm. and kitchenette. 104 10 NW. Ph. 3942J. FOR RENT--2 rms. with, use of kitchen and bath. Mrs. Leese. 396S. FOR RENT--1 and 2 Furn. Hskpg. rooms, first and second floor, close in., private entr., running water. Inquire 322 THIRD ST. N. E. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Mod. turn, apt., 1st fl. Pri. ent. Adults. 103 N. Penn. Beauty Parlors 16 FOR RENT--2 rm. unfum. outside apt. Allowance part rent as janitor. Over I. G. A. PERMANENT waves 51.60 to S3. Shampoo add finger wave SOc. Ph. 3011, call Tor Le Moderns Annex. 2121/2 N. Fed. Ave. LOST--On Clear Lake road gentleman's diamond ring heavy mount- tag-. Reward. Write X-17 Globe-Gazette. Money to Loan 8 FOB ALL PURPOSES We make cash loans up to $300 on your auto or furniture. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F. BIdg. IMMEDIATE LOANS C. L. PINE'S 24 HOCK SERVICE --on-Loans op to $300.00 made anywhere In North Central Iowa on furniture, autos, diamonds, personal property. Repay trom your earnings. C. L. Pine Loan Company Weir BIdg., Mason City Phone 224 CHARACTER LOANS -- S50 or more. $10 Is cost of S100 loan. A year to pay. 207 1 ,-! N. Federal. Moving, Storage 23 STORAGE Clean and Dry Storage Room PHONE 301 Graham Furniture Store Painting, Decorating 24 GET Dan, the Paint Man. 2835W. PAPER'G., Paint'g. Klarr. 2163W. PAPER'G., Paint'g. Stewart, 2436W, Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR SALE--Alfalfa, wild hay or clover. Stack of straw. Erwin Owen, 100 E. Main, Clear Lake, or Phone C. C. Rice. 5F12. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE -- Blacksmith shop equipment. North Iowa town. Good location. Cheap rent. Write S-16, Globe-Gazette FOR SALS--4 pop coolers, one-half h. p. Frigidaire and box, elec. popcorn machine, 2 cash registers, 15 tables, 60 folding chairs. 110 9 NE. FOR SALE--Corn snop doing good business. Reasonably priced. Good reason for selling. Write Z-14, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted With Inv. 30 YOUNG MAN WANTED. Interested in getting connection in short wave radio television and sound work. Practical laboratory work given during apprenticeship work. Do not apply unless you are deeply interested in this work. Give age and address, also phone number. Write G. E. Maxson, care Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Girl for housework. N. Jeff. Ph. 1031J. WANTED--A house maid, no washings. Write T-19, Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 ASHES and rubbish hauled. Price reasonable. Phone 3446W. WANTED -- Wallpaper cleaning, wall washing and garden work. Ph. 2339W. Services Offered A33 CALL William C. Younker for real Painting and Paper'ing. Ph. 2338. Garden plowing, Dan King. 1547J. Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. Th« ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. SWAP New violin and case for used motorcycle. Write SS-19, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--Finished quilt for 6 hens or unfinished quilt for 3 hens. Write ZZ-17 Globe-Gazette. Instruction 39 OVERNMENT STOREKEEPER, GAUGER Examination at Mason City about May 15; Commence 52,000 to §2,500 yearly. Men 23 to 60. No experience required. Common education. We can help you qualify. Particulars Free. Write immediately. Instruction Bureau, 150-S, St. Louis, Mo. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--2 rms. $0 mo. Lights and water furn. 416 W. State. FOR RENT--Furn. hg. rms. 2867W. FOR RENT--Room. Pri. ent. Gentleman preferred. 229 E. State. FOR RENT--2 light hskpg. rms., outside ent. 109 14 N. W. FOR RENT--1st floor rm. Pri. bath and ent. 516 5 SE. FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt. 14 5 N.E. FOR RENT--2 rm. mod. apt. 908 N. Adams. Ph. 2289. FOR RENT--3 rms. and bath furn. apt reasonable. Call 210. FOR RENT--Furn. apt, 712 N. Mad. FOB KENT--Mod. large, front 3- room apartment, down stairs, partly furnished. Close In. Phone 3383J. FOB KENT--Mod. lurn. 2 rm. apt., 1st fl.» prl. ent., pri. toilet, Phone and refrigerator In connection. Ph. 4261. FOB BENT--Desirable modern 3 room apartment, furnished or unfurnished. Private entrance. 404 E. State. Phone 819. FOR RENT--5 room mod. front apt over Sweet Shop cafe. Call 59S. FOR RENT--Choice apt. Rent reasonable. Globe-Gazette apts. Ph. Mr. Wilson, 762. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfum. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--6 rm. partly mod. house. 1532 N. Hampshire. See Mrs. Jenkins at Y. W. C. A. FOR RENT--Part of a country home, next house to old airport. Lester Hill. FOR RENT-- $35 bung., good 5 rm. mod. and garage. Well located. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. house ?30; 5 rm. partly mod., $18. Kehm Land Co. Ph. 827. FOB RENT--Splendid 5 rm. mod. bungalow. Garden and double garage. Near Monroe school. $25. Write L-19, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--May 1st or June 1st to Sept. 1st, completely furn. 6 rm. house, Grand View^ Ph. 2082W. FOR RENT--8 rm. hse., close in, suitable for 2 families. Call 1661J. FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. house, close in. Call at 504 N. Mad. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Cottages A46 FOR RENT-- By the season furnished cottages on the lake. Call 134. FOB BENT or SALE--Year around cottages on north shore, other cottages around the lake. Ned O'Neill. Ph. 271W, Clear Lake. FOR SALE, Rent, Trade--Clear L. cottage. Box 167. Hampton. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--A real good mod. 3 bedroom home. A bargain, $4.250. $500 down, bal. $35 per month which includes interest. East part of city. Here is your opportunity. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR SALE--6 rm. partly mod. house, close in. Price $1,500. Good terms. Kehm Land Co. Ph. 827. Lots for Sale 48 FOR RENT--Gardens. 3108W. FOR SALE--4 lots. Ph. 1892. Business Opportunities 29 AUCTION SALE OF Grocery Stock Fixtures We were unable to dispose of the entire stock previously and will continue auction on SATURDAY, APRIL 21,1 P. M. I will sell at Public Auction the following slock and fixtures located on North Federal Avenue, next door north of Mason City Sports Goods Store. Complete stock of Groceries and the following fixtures: Adding Machine, Cash Register, Toledo Scales, Electric Coffee Grinder, Frigidaire Air Meat Counter, Large Frigidaire Icebox, Meat Block, Platform Scale. Safe, Shelving and many other articles. ORA BAYLESS, Auctioneer W. J. PARROTT, Owner Misc. for Sale 55 GASOLINE We save you money on Gasoline. We are a home owned concern. We are not supporting a lot of foreign stockholders. Our gas is shipped by rail not pipe line. We buy of Independent Refineries. Let us change your oil. Hometown Gas, Oil Coal Co. 422 NORTH MONROE AVE. Autos for Sale 79 X GUARANTEED USED CARS 1--1929 Plymouth Sedan. Perfect. 1--1930 Chevrolet Coach. Good. 2--1928 Chevrolet Coaches. Slick. 1--3.929 Buick Sedan. Clean. 1--1931 Studcbakcr Sedan. A wonderful buy. 3--1928 Pontlac Coaches. Buys. 1--1926 Dodge Sedan. Worth the money. 1--1927 Chrysler Couch. Priced to sell. 1--19SO Ford lJ/ 2 -ton Truck. Like new. 1--1929 Ford l'/j-ton Truck. Extra good. 1--1929 Chevrolet I'/i-ton Truck. See this job. MANY MOKE TO CHOOSE FROM WE SELL FAIK AND TRADE FAIR '/J BLOCK EAST OF HANFO11D HOTEL PHONE 162 D SALE N 1931 FORD TUDOR 1929 FORD TUDOR 1931 FORD COUPE 1929 FORD COUPE 1928 FORD COUPE 1929 DODGE BROUGHAM.. 1930 PONTIAC COACH 1931 WILLYS COACH 1928 PONTIAC COACH WAGNER MASON CITY Only 2 more days to take advantage of this special sale that enables you to buy a good used car with only 51.00 Down, Balance in 12 Equal Monthly Payments. Sale closes April 21st. ONLY 2 MORE DAYS S275 1931 CHEVROLET CAB $250 SI go 1929 STUDEBAKER SEDAN $285 $:i85 1929 FORD ROADSTER $165 . .." S150 1930 FORD PICKUP $285 SI 00 1929 FORD TRUCK 15175 S265 1929 CHEVROLET TRUCK.. 5105 S275 1931 CHEVROLET COACH.. $285 S250 193J CHEV. SPORT COUPE ?265 S1S5 1930 FORD COUPE $165 FORD DEALER IOWA Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Red Persian male kittens and mother, very cheap. Miss Kellow, Rockwell, Iowa. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Black dirt. Ph. 2190W. FOR SALE--OIL STATION CASH REGISTER. Records Gas, Oil, Grease, Tires, etc. P. B. Sawtelle, Phone 1742, Box 222. FOR SALE--Used 8-ft. Commercial Electric Refrigerator. Part cash, balance terms. 308 West State. FOR SALE--4 wheel and 2 wheel trailer and trailer hitch. 639 S. Jackson. Farms for Sale 50 FOR SALE--160 acre imp. farm. All farm land 4 miles from county seat town. Price $5,000. Fred Chisel, Forest City, Iowa. FOR SALE--Twenty acres, well Improved farm, equipped with electricity, near city limits of Forest City, Iowa. See or write Henry jellefald, Forest City. Iowa. FOR FARM Bargains see T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--15 horse Nicholson and Shepard engine and water ;ank and pump. Andrew Long, Thornton. Iowa. FOR SALE--6 used portable mills; 4 oat millers; 5 corn shelters; 4 rebuilt Fordsons; 14 tractor plows; 6 large tractors, 8 threshers; 1 cement mixer, etc. Mielke, New Hamnton. Iowa. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Good work mare. Guy Smith % mi. East Ideal Sand and ravel. TM w BICYCLES CSED Supplies, Tires and Repairs for all Bicycles, Wagons, Tricycles, Scooters, Etc. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 Foods ASS FOR SALE--Home made dill pickles. Ph. 3493. FOR SALE--Cabbage seconds SOc bu. Gardenland, Ventura. FOR SALE--One extra large Herrick ice refrigerator la good condition. Write N-19, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Choice Manchu soy bean. John Barragy, Rockwell. FOR SALE--Watch bargains. Latest lady's S35, 17 jewel with bracelet; men's 15 jewel 14 K. case Elgin open face, ?10 each. Ady's Watch Repair, 19 West State. FOR SALE--Guaranteed oil lOc qt. 5 gal. S1.25 Bring container. Tri- piloil Oil Co., 421 4th S. W. HEAVY MATS SIZE 181/2*21 2cEACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 500 which may be bougut for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. FOB SAJLE No. 1 Early Ohio potatoes, bag $1.73. Good eating potatoes, Cobblers, bag $1.08. Better Cobblers, bag $1.35, Better Cobblers, peck 25c. Cabbage, new, 8 Ibs 25c Carrots, 10 Ibs 25c Onions, 10 Ibs. .; 25c Grapefruit, large size, 6 for .. .25c Oranges, very sweet, doz 25c Popcorn (sure pop), 6 Ibs 25c Gladioli bulbs, finest mixed, SO for 25c Apples, Winesaps, 5 Ibs 25c Garden seeds, finest, in bulk, reasonable. .·VII Purchases Must Be Satisfactory or Money Refunded. EABLS FRUIT MAKKET 1603 S. Fed. Phone 1138 Also Nora Springs Musical Instr. 58 FOR SALE--Recording tenor banjo, alto saxophone. Phone 2377J. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Oil stoves SI up. Gas stoves, pressure stoves, 5-t and up. Dining rm. tables S1.50 up, chairs SOc up. Many other useful articles at bargain prices. B. O. Exchange, 1408 N. Federal. FOR SALE--A number of real buys in used washers. Cerro Gordo Maytag Co. FOR SALE--Rug, baby bed and buggy, gas stove, piano. 4 JT. Jeff. RUG SPECIAL 9x12 Linoleum rugs $4.95 Robbins Furniture Store 410 S. Federal FOR SALE--Used 5',i cubic foot Ice-O-Matic elec. refrigerator, A bargain. Ph. 2498. Poultry, Eggs 74 BAKGAIN PRICES $15 drum type oil brooder stove $12. 3 used brooder houses. Custom hatching. MASON CITY HATCHER* FOR SALE--White leghorn hatching eggs. Mrs. J. D. Dvorak, Plymouth, Iowa. QUALITY CHICKS--Day old and started and custom hatching. White Rocks a specialty. We cnn make Immediate delivery. Iowa itc- credlted. Phone 133. Grody Hatchery, Rockford, Iowa. FOR SALE--Sftting hens. 2521J. B A B V C H I C K S Economy Chicks $0.30 Standard Assorted ?C.30 Standard Heavy Assorted ... SC.50 Standard (common heavies) $7.50 AM Hocks K.W.I), and funl (jphnlil Iritrfl. Hrln£ UK yuur C'll.itvm Hatching STROMBEKG HATCHERY rilOXK 308--MASOX CITV Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED TO BUY--Good used l»i ton truck. Must be reasonable. 504 1st. S. W. WANTED--To buy mod. 4 or 5 rm. bungalow. State price, terms and location. Write K-19, Globe-Gazette. WE Buy Indian Head pennies of all dates. Will pay up to 543 each. Catalog sent for lOc. United States Coin Co. Box 523, Milwaukee, Wis. HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. Wanted, Misc. A75 WANTED--Cabin desirable location on Clear Lake. Write location, decription and cash price per season. S. A. Twining, Box 414, Charles City, Iowa. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent mod. house 5 to 7 rms. with garage, May 1. 1S8V. RESPONSIBLE Party wants to rent Farmall tractor and cultivator attachment for plowing" corn. Must be reasonable, state particulars first letter. Write Y-18, Globe- Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 USED CARS THE BUY OF TODAY 1933 PLYMOUTH COUPE. Like new .. 1932 PONTIAC COACH. Finish like new ... 1926 PACKARD CLUB COUPE ........... 10 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM John Gallagher (Inc.) 25 and 27 SECOND ST. S. E. Open Sundays and Evenings TRADES PHONE 1567 TERMS USED CARS FOR SALE 1931 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Model A Ford 1927 Chevrolet Coupe 1927 Chevrolet Coach 1928 Pontiac Coach 1930 Willys-Knight 1926 Chevrolet I'/i-Ton Truck We build trailers to order. Be sure to see us before you buy. We buy, sell and trade. Used Fordson Tractor Repairs. Tire and Battery Service CLEAK LAKE, IOWA Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE-- International 2 ton, 6 cylinder, 140 inch wheelbase, dual tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20 . FOR SALE--1933 Ford, long wheelbase, dual wheel truck and cab, also have a good closed van body for same. S. R. Chev. Co., Inc. Moving to Crystal Lake. GARNER, April 19.--Harbert Boyette who operated a grocery store here the past year will move his stock to Crystal Lake about May 1 where he has rented a building and living quarters. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OK SHERIFF'S SAI-K STATE OF IOWA. Cerro (Jurdo County, ss. To Harry Wolf and Sam Wolf, and lo whom It may concfni: You are herofoy notifitrti tlift Ijy virtue of a special execution, to me directed, and iesued out of ttie office of the Clerk of ttir District Court of the State of Iowa, -within and for Ccrro Gordn County, upon a judgment rendered in said Court in favor of Linus Putz. Assignee In the Matter of the Assignment of W. H. Stone, for the Benefit of Creditors, and against Ham- Wolf and Sam Wolf for the sum uf Thirty-six hundred fony-sevcn and 11-10ft Dollars, t, and Twelve and 63-100 Dollars, costs, and Seventy-six and 47-100 Dollars a t t o r - ney's fee, I havfj levied niton the following describe! 1 ! real estate, to wit: All that part of Ixt 2 (fxctt tho South one rod thrrrof kik'-n for street) of Enislrj- and Adams' Subdivision nt (Jif Northwest V« of the SotiihrHM t,' 4 of Section MUR (fll. In Township »fi North. Rfincp 20, Wft of the Fifth I'. M.. In th* rity of MflMm City. lylnr Southerly ff a line drftwn ttnrnllrl tvlth and distant f l f l y (SO) foft Southerly, from thf cr-nlrr Hue of th* main spur track of thr 'hlfci.no Hurt North western Railway Comliuny, ruiiiilnx from Itx liuilii lltio tu lilt Freight Vunl Writ of Main Str.»t. UH Niilil truck lit ni»w HiCiUrd. and c»- Mructttl ttcruHS said \Mi Two, all In rerru Uordti County, litwu, d that on the i l l h day of May. 1931. ai J o'clock 1'. M., at the front donr of tin- Court Houst' In Mr.iion City, Cerro GorJo bounty. Iowa. I will proceed to sell the lame In satisfaction of 'aid execution, to- Kethpr \s r llh all letcal cost* accruing. ttated at the Sheriff's office In MoMn City, lowa, tills 13lh day of Anrll, 1934. J. M. ROBKRTSON, Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County. lown. By ELSIE RAMSKY, Deputy Sheriff. M. M. COON'EY. Attorney. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S JiAl.U STATE OK 10W, Ccrro Ciordo County, ss. I'd ]l»y 1-lckett mid Etna Mckett, ana to M'liom It may concern: You are hereby notified that by virtue of 1 special execution, to me directed, and [sftued out of the office of the Clerk or the District Court of the State ol Iowa, within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a JudK- nent rendered In said Court in favor (if Fullerton Lumber Company, a corporation, and against defendants, Ray Plckett and Etna Picket!, In tin sum of SI93.81. the Same to draw Interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum from July 7, 1933. and established a mechanic's lien against the equitable Interest of said defendants in the premises hereinafter described and upon the age and v.'ork shop thereon in the num of J2S8.27. and Seventeen and 45-100 Dolars, coata, I have levied upon the following described real estate, to wit: Lot Number Three (3t, In Beck Walk- er'n Flmt Addition to Muon C'lly. Iom». and that on the 30th day of April. 193J, at 2 o'clock p. ra., at the front door of the Court House In Mason City. Ccrro Gordo bounty, Iowa. 1 vlll proceed to sell the same satisfaction of said execution, together with all legal costs accruing. Dated at the Sheriff's office In Mason City, Iowa, this 31st day of Jlarrh. 1P34. J. M. ROBERTSON. Sheriff of Ccrro Gordo County. Iowa. By ELSIE RAMSEY. Deputy Sheriff. H. BOOMHOWEIl. Attorney. Real Estate Transfers Hayes, Harry W., and wife to Alice I. Zimmerman $1, QCD beginning at point 441 feet W of NE cor lot 6, 4-96-20, W 5 feet, S along E line 132 feet, E 5 feet, N 132 feet to beginning;, 3-20-34. Ridgeway, Joy, treasurer, to E. K. Evans ?48.21 NW NE 31-94-22, 4-11. 34. Ridgcway, Joy, treasurer to E. K. Evans ?49.62 SE NE 21-94-22, 4-1134. Ridgewaj-, Joy, treasurer, to E. K. Evans ?50.98 NE NE 21-94-22, 4-1134. Ridgeway, Joy, treasurer to E. K. Evans 503.06 SW NB 21-94-22, 4-1134. P. T. A. Is Given Charter. NEW HAMPTON, April 19.--The New Hampton Parent-Teachers association received a charter from the state association. This is the first time that the local organization has received recognition although the group met the requirements several years ago when Mrs. C. C. Sheakley headed the association. Mrs. C. W. North Is now president. · HOME BUILDING DRIVE PLANNED General Outlines for U. S. Aid Developed at White House Parley. WASHINGTON, April 10. (3V- Presklent Roosevelt planned a huge home construction and modernization campaign at a lengthy white house conference today which developed the general outlines for government aid in this direction. The white house conferees seriously considered efforts to stimulate modernization in the commercial and industrial fields as well 8J home improvement. Frank C. Walker, the chairman of President Roosevelt's executive council, detailed the general outlines of the program in the white house meeting 1 . He announced further meetings would be necessary and that the whole proposition is still in "tentative form." "We are seeking to co-ordinate all housing activities," he said. "The idea is to stimulate private capital. Whether direct government loans will be made has not been decided," he said. Secretaries Morgenthau, Roper, Ickes and Wallace together with General Hugh S. Johnson, industrial administrator: Harry L. Hopkins, delief administrator, and Jesse Jones, chairman of the RFC, participated in the conferences. Walker declined to estimate how much money would be involved in ihe huge undertaking-. Estimates have run to ?1,000,000,000, Teachers Are Re-Elected for Schools at Rockford ROCKFORD, April 19.--At a meeting of the Rockford school board Tuesday evening the following teachers were re-elected for the coming year: Hazel Plumly. high school principal; Ted Krukow, athletic coach and history; Louise Sieb, home economics and science: Arthur Eufu, chemistry, geography and algabra: Bertha Davidson, junior high principal; Louise Renner, English; Frances Krouse, history and geography; Mildred Howes, third grade; Madeline Brincken, second grade, and Elizabeth Henrichs, first grade. Supt. W. I. Sayre wag re-elected at a former meeting. The salaries have not been fixed and action was not taken on the band and orchestra leader. Kuhn Is Improving. ALGONA, April 19.--Percy Kuhn was reported some better Wednesday afternoon. He is in the Kossuth hospital recovering from erysipelas which developed from wounds received when he was attacked. Kensett Student Chosen. CEDAR FALLS. April IS.--Eight, students at the Iowa State Teachers college were chosen by their class-mates in the public speaking classes of Dr. F. W. Lambertson, coach of debate at the college, to take part, in a debate with Iowa State college at Ames. Ruth Robinson, Kensett, is in the group. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS i--An article woven from fiber 3--Devoured 6--A state (abbr J 7--Not bright 10--A salutation 12--A short or labored breath 13--A note in Guido's scale 14--Coarsely ground grain 1 --Printer's measure 17--Pertaining to the opai 20--Company (abbr.) 21--Fitted or able 23--Either 84--Chinese coin 25--An Interjection of astonishment 26--The letter * :7--The whole collectively 28--A beverage 30--A continent (abbr.) 32--A country (abbr.) 33--Female of the deer 36--Pi"inter'a measure 37--To drive back 40--A state (abbr.) 41--Large plant 43--Greek letter 44--Celestial bod;' 46--Bring forth youne 47--Sermon (abbr.) 48--A country (abbr.) . 49--A number 50--An expression of ; isem DOWN 2-- Hlgnest male voice 4-- Not wild 5-- First lady 6 -- Somewhat wet 7 -- Beloved 8-- Sick 9 -- Armor consisting of chains (1 -- Being one or two or more distinct Individuals 11 -- Small vegetable 15 -- A same of card? IS -- A force of men 19 -- Comes close 22-- A number 25-- Not new 28-- Obtain 29 -- In the case or martef of (law) 31-- Mlmicks 32 -- Wing shaped 34 -- Shaped like an eg? 35 -- Hearing organ 37 -- Masculine name 38 -- An Indian 39 -- Discover 42-- Devour 45-- Digit of foot Answer to previous pU

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